TGIF ― we have your weekend plans sorted with kid-centric attractions and activities to check out!


Visit a digital playground

Your kiddo will be mesmerised by the interactive attractions at Mosh! (pronounced “moshi”), a digital family edutainment park. At Doodle Aquarium, she’ll draw a sea creature from her own imagination, scan to transfer the drawing onto the big screen, where it’ll interact with other creatures. Over at Paper Plane Adventure, your aircraft-crazy kid will make and launch his own paper plane, which will then be transformed into an actual aeroplane on screen. His aircraft will then take everyone on a trip to different destinations ― from a secluded jungle to caves! Tickets cost $22/child aged 3 to 12; $28/adult. A pair of tickets for a child with an accompanying adult costs $48. Open from 10am to 9pm. Mosh! is at #03-01 Palawan Kidz City, 31 Beach View, Sentosa. Alight at Beach station.


Scale new heights

This climbing theme park for kids will give active monkeys the chance to unleash their scaling skills. With 19 brightly coloured walls ― each has a different difficulty level ― you’ll have no problem locating one at Clip ‘N Climb that’ll suit junior’s climbing ability. Your kid will be in safe hands, thanks to the TruBlu Automatic Belay System, which ensures a safe and controlled descent for climbers. Come in sports attire and covered shoes ― avoid loose clothes and accessories. For a 90-minute session, HomeTeam Members pay $18; Safra members $22 and others $25. Click here for operating hours. Clip ‘N Climb is #03-03 HomeTeamNS Tampines, 51 Tampines Avenue 4.

Get wet and wild at a beach club

Soak up some fun (and sun) when you let junior loose at Ola Beach Club to try their water sports activities. Jump into a banana boat with your mini-me to cruise the waters of Siloso beach. For something more calm, hop into a kayak — single and double kayaks are available — to take in the island’s scenic sights in a guided tour. The club has family-friendly facilities such as a nursing room, baby-changing stations, even a family bathroom. All water sports ― safe for children from as young as 2 ― are offered daily from 10am to 7pm. Banana boat rides cost $25 per person for 15 minutes. A single kayak costs $25 per hour, $35 per hour for a double kayak. Ola Beach Club is at 46 Siloso Beach Walk.


Learn to ski

Here’s your chance to help your mini-dynamo brush up his skiing skills ahead of your next wintry family vacay. Urban Ski organises Kids Club classes every Saturday for children aged between 4 and 1. Instead of actual snow, the “indoor slopes” — more like a wide treadmill — are coated with a layer of nylon tufts. No, it isn’t freezing either, so you don’t need to put on winter wear. All skiing or snowboarding lessons and sessions must have prior booking and all equipment is supplied. Open on weekdays from 11am to 10pm; weekends from 10am to 8pm. Kids Club lessons range from $130/child aged 4 to 6 to $80/child aged 14 to 17. Urban Ski is at #01-46 Millenia Walk, 9 Raffles Boulevard. Call 6238-0575 to enquire or book lessons.


Whoop it up at an indoor playground

Touted as Singapore’s tallest indoor slide at 6m high, your tykes will surely dig sliding down all four levels at Go Go Bambini. Or he might prefer tackling the flying fox, jumping into the ball pit or crawling through tunnels at this indoor playground. Toddlers aren’t left out either as a cosy corner ― filled with lots of toys and even a ball pit ― is available to tots aged 3 and below. Open from 9am to 7pm daily. Admission costs $15/toddler (6 to 23 months); $28/child aged 2 to 12; Babies below 6 months enjoy free entry. Prices are for two hours of playtime on weekends. Free entry for two accompanying adults. Children must wear socks, or purchase a pair at the door for $3.50. Go Go Bambini is at #01-15, 8 Dempsey Road, Dempsey Hill.

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